Ingredients – Deodorant Spray
Ingredients Deodorant Spray is an organic stain-free product that actually works. It provides long-lasting odor control without disrupting the body’s natural detoxification process.
- Stain Free
- No Added Perfumes
- Spray bottle
Ingredients Spray Deodorant is a toxin-free natural deodorant in a convenient spray bottle that is seriously impressive in fighting unwanted body odor. The Organic Sugar Cane Alchohol is a gentle yet powerful disinfectant. It’s quick-drying and unbelievably effective, killing 99.9% bacteria upon contact. It naturally fights odor and reduces the appearance of pores too. The alcohol also acts as a natural preservative, meaning this deodorant is free of harmful parabens.
The lavender hydrosol infuses the spray with a subtly fresh floral scent. Lavender has historically been used as a natural anti-inflammatory that soothes irritation even in acne-prone, eczema-ridden skin. For sensitive armpits, move away from your harsh aerosol and embrace the soothing multifaceted effects of lavender hydrosol. Saccaromyses Ferment is at the essence of this deodorant effectiveness. It’s a water-like substance that is produced during fermentation and contains live enzymes that work to break down sweat and actively fight perspiration. It’s an odor neutralizer and is this product’s almighty champion ingredient!
ethanol *, lavendula angustifolia (lavender) flower water*, glycerin *, saccharomyces ferment, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower oil* *certified organic
Is Ingredients Deodorant Spray Toxic?
Unlike most other spray deodorants, Ingredients deodorant spray is absolutely not toxic. While many other natural deodorants come in a cream or bar form, Ingredients have retained the traditional product design to ensure easy and efficient application. While other deodorant sprays can lead to chemical inhalation such as pore-clogging aluminium, Ingredients Spray Deodorant is aluminum-free so is totally safe. Moreover, while many aerosols contain xylene and formaldehyde, Ingredients does not, and as such is more of a mist.